I have a network file server that is configured to store all my personal documents, pictures, music, and project files. At the moment, i was trying to get KompoZer to browse network locations to access my file server to grab pictures and save my project data there as well.
KompoZer is an open source WYSIWYG HTML editor based on the now-discontinued Nvu editor. Kompozer was dropped from the repos, since it is no longer maintained in Debian. But, you can still install it on newer releases.
To get started, open terminal window by Ctrl+Alt+T key combination, then run following commands:
Some Web authoring programs are very easy to use, like OpenOffice.org, but produce horrendously complicated HTML files. Other applications are geared toward twiddling every single tag, like Bluefish. Kompozer strikes a good balance with a nice user interface, clean tagging, and built-in publishing features.
I am running Slackware64 14.0 multilib with KDE. Two of my 32bit applications are Adobe reader and Kompozer. However, they both crash when I go to the Open dialog. The dialog opens, stays for several seconds and the program exits. The strange thing is -- I do not see this behaviour in XFCE.
SO, as much as I have tried, I can not find a WYSIWYG web page authoring tool for linux. KompoZer used to be good, but now it seems that there is only a windows version, bluefish is not quite WYSIWYG, and well, it seems like they have all dried up.
Does anyone know of a decent WYSIWYG eb page authoring tool out there that wold work with SolydK or even Ubuntu or Mint?